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Dreeben School of Education

Academic Programs

Teacher Education Program


 

Undergraduate Studies

Prepare for a career in teaching. Our program offers an opportunity to earn a degree and Texas Teacher Certification. Elementary teacher candidates earn a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a reading minor and an optional special education minor. Teacher candidates interested in teaching secondary education or all-level education major in their discipline and minor in education.

Master of Arts in Teaching, M.A.T.

Discover the education profession. Our program prepares graduate students for an advanced degree while completing Texas Teaching Certification requirements. The degree requires 36-42 hours of coursework (depending on the area of certification), professional development requirements, and a clinical teaching or internship experience. Concentrations include elementary, secondary teaching, and all-level teaching. 

Graduate Studies Program


 

Master of Arts, M.A. or Master of Education, M.Ed.

Students can choose from concentrations that include General Education, Adult Education, and Student Services in Higher Education. This is a non-certification degree for students interested in careers for which there is no requirement for state licensure and certification.

Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D.

Our doctoral program specifies 57 semester hours of course work, 24 of which must come from the core, a qualifying examination and a minimum of 9 semester hours of dissertation writing. Students can specialize in concentrations that include Higher Education, International Education and Entrepreneurship, and Organizational Leadership. This is a non-certification degree for students interested in careers for which there is no requirement for state licensure and certification.